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Ami and Amile: A Medieval Tale of Friendship, Translated from the Old French (Stylus: Studies in Medieval Culture) epub ebook

by Samuel Danon,Samuel N. Rosenberg

Ami and Amile: A Medieval Tale of Friendship, Translated from the Old French (Stylus: Studies in Medieval Culture) epub ebook

Author: Samuel Danon,Samuel N. Rosenberg
Category: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: University of Michigan Press (February 1, 1997)
Pages: 168 pages
ISBN: 0472096478
ISBN13: 978-0472096473
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Ami and Amile book Samuel N. Rosenberg is Professor of French and Italian at Indiana.

This prose translation of the medieval French verse narrative Ami and Amile. Samuel N. Rosenberg is Professor of French and Italian at Indiana University; Samuel Danon is Professor of French at Reed College.

Woodrow Wilson Foundation fellow, 1959-1960; Fulbright fellow, 1960-1961; Lilly Faculty fellow, 1986-1987. This prose translation of the medieval French verse narrative Ami and Amile recounts the legendary friendship of two valiant knights who are as indistinguishable as twin brothers. BUTEG/?tag prabook0b-20.

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An expressive and illuminating translation of the Old French poem, shedding light on the idea of friendship in medieval Europe.

Samuel Danon and Samuel N. Rosenberg, Transs. French Literature Publications, 1981. Rosenberg - 1986 - Speculum 61 (1):167-168. Chapter II. Adminstration of Samuel and Reign of Saul. Francis William Newman - 2009 - The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion 1:39-77. On Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics 8 And. David Konstan, Aspasius & Michael (ed. - 2001 - Cornell University Press. Three Concepts in Nazi Political Theory. Samuel Rosenberg - 1937 - Science and Society 1 (2):221 - 230.

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Amis et Amiles is an old French romance based on a widespread legend of friendship and sacrifice. In its earlier and simpler form it is the story of two friends, one of whom, Amis, was sick with leprosy because he had committed perjury to save his friend. A vision informed him that he could only be cured by bathing in the blood of Amiles's children. When Amiles learnt this he killed the children, who were, however, miraculously restored to life after the cure of Amis.

Taylor McCall discusses early medieval approaches to various types of knowledge we might consider today to.

Taylor McCall discusses early medieval approaches to various types of knowledge we might consider today to be ‘scientific’, as well as those subjects taught in the earliest universities, including mathematics and astronomy. The idea of science in the early Middle Ages is a broad one that encompasses many subjects. To understand this, we should think of the root of the word ‘science’, which comes from the Latin term scientia, meaning ‘knowledge’. In the Middle Ages, a person’s ‘science’ referred to his understanding of a particular topic.

This prose translation of the medieval French verse narrative Ami and Amile recounts the legendary friendship of two valiant knights who are as indistinguishable as twin brothers. Ami and Amile serve Charlemagne together, face together the hatred of an archetypal villain, confront the daunting challenges of women and love, and accept extraordinary sacrifices for each other's sake. Miracles mark the end of their lives, and their shared tomb becomes a pilgrims' shrine.
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